Pac-12 Football: Standout Stars from the NFL Combine

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Pac-12 Football: Standout Stars from the NFL Combine
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The Pac-12 Conference sent several of its biggest stars off to the NFL combine in Indianapolis, and many of them were able to boost their stock for the upcoming draft.

The West Coast's wide receiver class was a strong one, highlighted by Oregon State's Brandin Cooks, who lit up the combine with incredible 40-yard dash and shuttle times.

While running backs Ka'Deem Carey and De'Anthony Thomas were disappointing, Stanford's Tyler Gaffney and Washington's Bishop Sankey excelled.

Additionally, UCLA's Anthony Barr, who is one of the top linebacker prospects available, solidified his strong draft stock.

We'll break down 10 of the best performances from Pac-12 stars at the combine.


Note: All combine stats via

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